Nonsuch Breweries and Wildlife Haven have partnered up to create a unique Farmhouse Ale. Working together, to raise awareness about the importance of peaceful co-existence with the neighbouring wildlife community and keeping them in nature, where they belong! Nonsuch is generously donating $1 per pack to help provide medical care to sick, injured and orphaned wildlife in Manitoba!
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Writing about beer is like dancing about architecture – but still, here's our best effort to give you a taste of this ale. This beer is a refreshingly light, hazy, citrus medley with funky fruit notes.
Let's dive in further… What style is it?
What is Brettanomyces? It's a specific type of yeast. The name means "British fungus" but it's not as regional as that might suggest. Brettanomyces grows naturally on the skins of fruits of all kinds. It exists in the ambient environment, or you could say, in the wild.
The Wild Life Beer is available at:
- Nonsuch Taproom (125 Pacific Ave. Winnipeg)
-Beer for Wildlife event (Sunday, July 17th, 12-4pm)
-The Beer Can (1 Granite Way)
Each non-releasable Wildlife Haven Ambassador has a story to tell about why they are not able to return to the wild and a lesson to teach about how we peacefully coexist with wildlife. From owls, hawks and falcons, to reptiles and amphibians - our presentations give you a chance to meet them up close!
Majestic was brought to Wildlife Haven all the way from Reiny River, Ontario as a juvenile. She was dehydrated and starving and appeared to have an old fracture on her left wing. Majestic does not have full control of her flight feathers and therefore cannot be released back into the wild.
As you're enjoying a can of Wild Life by Nonsuch, you're also supporting sick, injured and orphaned wildlife in Manitoba. Nonsuch Breweries is generously donating 1$ per pack to Wildlife Haven to help provide medical care to wildlife patients admitted to the Wildlife Haven Veterinary Hospital in 2022. Thank you for supporting wildlife in need!LEARN HOW YOU CAN HELP